The American Cancer Society funds and conducts research, shares expert information, supports patients, and spreads the word about cancer prevention. The organization is currently seeking both virtual and in-person volunteers to help plan and set up its annual Climb to Conquer Cancer of Phoenix.
Are you a lawyer looking to give back? The Arizona Foundation for Legal Services & Education looks for volunteer attorneys and judges to provide legal (non-advice) information and review of answers to questions that have been submitted by Arizonans to websites.
BFCS has a long history of providing prevention programs and community activities to address problems of teen pregnancy, youth substance abuse, child abuse and domestic violence. Volunteers are needed for the organization's weekly food, clothing, and toiletries distribution.
CASA of Maricopa County trains and empowers community volunteers to serve at the request of Maricopa County Juvenile Court Judges as advocates for children who have been abused, neglected, or abandoned by their parents. No prior experience is necessary; CASA provides all the training you’ll need.
FIBCO serves hundreds of individuals and families each week in the heart of downtown Phoenix, providing basic needs and opportunities for change and self-sufficiency. Volunteer opportunities are available to help load and unload groceries and clothing for distribution.
Homeward Bound is a two-year transitional housing program for families fleeing homelessness and domestic violence. There are many ways to help families virtually: creating and dropping off birthday kits, organizing a drop-off of essential goods, or collecting items for craft kits.
Hospice Promise provides end of life medical care to patients with a terminal illness. Volunteers offer companionship and support to patients by reading, playing cards, writing letters, or going for walks. Online training programs are available.
This beautiful, serene Japanese garden in the heart of Phoenix provides educational and artistic programs that celebrate the rich history and culture of Japan. Volunteers help maintain the beauty of the garden: raking and managing weed control. The garden curator provides training for more advanced projects, like planting new trees and flowers.
Is 2021 your year to make an impact on the life of a young person? To embark on your own transformative personal journey? If so, mentoring with New Pathways for Youth might be for you. New Pathways guides young people through a holistic development program and 1:1 mentoring within community groups. If you are a caring and committed adult and you have the flexibility and time to dedicate to a youth for the next two years, consider attending an introductory Zoom session to learn more.
Paradise Valley Emergency Food Bank distributes food to individuals and families who would otherwise go hungry. Volunteer to help with food drives or to prepare food boxes for those in need.
The Phoenix Rescue Mission serves three meals a day, 365 days a year, to those in need. Volunteer to help sort and distribute food at the Hope for Hunger Food Bank or at a mobile food pantry.
St. Mary’s Food Bank Alliance is a non-sectarian, nonprofit organization that alleviates hunger by efficiently gathering and distributing food to the hungry. Volunteers sort food-drive items and load carts with emergency-food boxes.